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"If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, 

change your attitude. Don't complain." 

-Maya Angelou 



For a generation Mrs. Baldwin has touched the lives of her students. Her golden rule was 
never to live a day without learning something new. She helped all of us accomplish that, for 
no one could leave her classroom without having gained new knowledge. 

Mrs. Baldwin began her teaching career in Boston five years before returning in 19^0 to 
Randolph, her hometown. She spent two years at the J.F.K. Junior High School but then 
arrived here, at RHS, and has taught English to a generation of smdents for thirtv years. She 
loves to teach and it is apparent that she will miss being in front of a classroom full of 
students more than anything in her retired life. Obviously, she feels that education is a "noble 
profession." In her experiences, Mrs. Baldwin has designed the Randy Award, the Bicenten- 
nial Logo for the Town of Randolph, and also the logo of the "100-mile Club." For seven 
years she was voted the "Best Dressed Teacher" of the school and has received an honorary 
membership to the National Honor Society. In her life outside of school, she expresses her 
creativity through calligraphy, painting, gardening, and through the rest of the art spectrum. 
Mrs. Baldwin is, indeed, a woman of many talents. 

Mrs. Baldwin, you are an inspiration to all who know you. Thank you for serving your 
students with pride and dignity for so long. We will continue to "Rage Against Intellectual 
Darkness" just for you. 




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• Katrice Adamson 



"Katf 



Activities: 

A.R.T., 10-11 
SADD, 11 



Donnell Alleyne 




• Emanuel Adhanom • 

"E-Man" 

Activities: 

Basketball, 11-12 

Football, 9-12 

Track and Field, 9-10 

Peer Leader, 11-12 

Chorus, 9-12 

YMI, 11-12 

Quote: 

"You create your own destiny, so 

make sure it's a good one."-own 



Ishad Alii 



Quote: 

"Live and learn, life is a 

lesson."- DMX 




• Adrian Antonio • 

"Quiz / ""Snoop,""Dre" 

Activities: 

Soccer, 9 

Football, 10-11 

Quote: 

"Keep it cool and stay real. 

-own 



• Tsz-Tuen Au • 

"Simon" 
Activities: 
Tennis, 9-12 
Math Team, 9-12 
Computer & Robotics Club, 9-10 
Asian Club, 9-12 
BWB, 11-12 

Environmental Club, 11-12 
Quote: 

"Great spirits have always 
encountered violent opposition 
from mediocre minds." 
-Albert Einstein 



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Herbert Bacchus, Jr. 

"Herbie" 





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• Nicholas Baga • 

"Nick" 

Activities: 

Chorus, 9-12 

Sherry Gold Dance Studio, 9-12 

Quote: 

"Be your own person, live your 

own life, and never give up."-own 




• Cassandra Banks • 

"Cassey" 

Activities: 

Basketball, 9-10, 12 
Track, 9-10, 12 
Quote: 
To my loving sister Annette I love 
vou and have fun as life goes on, 
but remember there are things that 
are going to mess you up (if you 
know what I mean, you don't need 
any slip-ups) Love always, 
Cassandra Banks. "-own 




• Annette P. Banks • 

"Net Net" 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9 

Class Secretary, 9 
Track, 9-12 
Jazz Band, 9-12 
Marching Band, 10, 11 
Jazz Improv., 12 
SAARV, 10-12 
Quote: 

"Have two goals: wisdom - that 
is, knowing and doing right - and 
common sense." -Anon. 



• Jacqueline Barbosa 




• Mireille Bassila • 

Activities: 

Softball, 9-12 

JV Captain, 10 
Basketball, 9-12 

JV Captain, 10,11 
SAARV, 9,10 
SADD, 11,12 
Oracle Staff, 12 

Sports Co-Editor 
Quote: 
Hold fast to dreams; For when 
dreams go, Life is a barren field 
covered with snow." - Langston 
Hughes 

• Darwin Beaupin • 

"Wynnie" 

Quote: 

Life is short. Make the most 
of it." - Anon. . 





• Paulina Bazile • 

Activities: 

Varsity Soccer, 11 

saar'v; 12 

SADD, 12 

Computer Club, 10 

Best Buddies, 12 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Quote: 

"Don't let anyone look down on 

you because you are young, but 

set an example for believers in 

speech, in life, in love, in faith and 

purity." - I Timothy 4:12 

• Jamie Belitch • 

Activities: 

Baseball, 9-10,12 
Quote: 

"Time is a valuable thing, 
watch it fly by as the pendu- 
lum swings, watch it count 
down to the end of the day, 
the clock tick, life away." - 
Linkin Park 








• Matthew Belitch • 

"Matt" 

Activities: 

Baseball, 9-10,12 
Basketball, 11-12 
Quote: 

"And I won't duck and run, cuz 
I'm not built that way." - 3 Doors 
Down 




•John Buonopane • 

Jigga 

Activities: 

Basketball, 9-12 

Track and Field, 9-12 

Quote: 

"I'm here for a good time, not a 

long time."- Big Joe (R.I. P.) 




• Marc Arthur Brice • 

Activities: 

African American Club, 11-12 

Asian Club, 10 

Track, 11-12 

SAARV, 10 

Quote: 

"Life is heart and heart is life; You 

can not be truly alive until you 

love others."- own 




• Andrew Butz • 

"Andy," "Butzy," "Augustus-Caesar" 

Activities: Theatre Guild, 10-12 
Student Council, 9-12 

School Committee Rep., 10,12 

Executive Board, 12 
Tomorrow's Teachers Club, 10-11 
SAARV, 9-10 

Secretary, 9 
Amnesty International, 9 
Marching Band, 9-12 

Student Director, 12 
Quote: 

"To strive for excellence, determina- 
tion is required. "-own 




• Jamie Calder • 

Activities: 

Chorus, 9-10 

Town Softball, 9-10 

Powder Puff, 11 

Quote: 

"We will all take different paths in 

life, but no matter where you go, 

we take a little of each other."-Tim 

McGraw 




• Andrae Cameron • 

Quote: 

"Be yourself, never let anyone stop 
you from what you want to be."- 
own 




• Stephanie Camelio 

Activities: 

Track, 11 
Football, 12 

Water Technician 
Theater, 11-12 
Quote: 
"R U FABULOUS ?"-own 



• Colleen Campbell • 

Activities: Softball, 9-12 

Student Council, 12 

SADD, 12 

Powder Puff, 11-12 

Skating Team, 9-12 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Quote: "You grow up the day you 

have the first real laugh.. .at 



yourself."- Ethel Barrymore 




• Tram Cao • 

Activities: 

Asian Club, 11-12 

Tennis Team, 11-12 

Oracle Staff, 12 

Quote: 

"Shoot for the moon; if vou miss 

vou'll still be among the stars. "- 

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• Richard Case • 

"Richie," "Dick" 

Activities: 

Student Council, 11-12 

Publicity Chair 
Track and Field, 10,12 
Amnesty International, 11-12 
Theatre Guild Technician, 11-12 
SADD, 12 



• Jean-Marc Cazeau • 

Actvities: 
Soccer, 11-12 

African-American Club, 11-12 

SADD, 11-12 

Quote: 

"Use the map of life to guide your 

way into the future. You'll be 

amazed at how easy it is to reach 

your destination."- own 




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• Pei-Wan Cheng • 

"Paga Una/' "Ping Pong" 

Activities: 

A.R.T., 11 

BWB, 12 

SAARV, 10-12 

SADD, 11-12 

Quote: 

"It is one of the blessings of old 

friends that you can afford be 

stupid with them. "-Ralph Waldo 

Emerson 




• Raymond Carson • 

"Ray Dog" 

Quote: 

"In m\ heart I mean well, but if 
you'll help me to grow then what I 
have in my heart will begin to 
show."- DMX 



• Regina Cattel • 

"Gigi" 

Activities: 

Chorus, 9-12 

Homecoming Float, 10-12 

Theatre Guild, 11 

Powderpuff, 12 

Show Choir, 12 

Quote: 

"You have to love yourself before 

you can love anybody else."- 

Anonvmous 



• Emanuel Centeio 

"Manny" 

Activities: 
African-American Club, 11-12 




• Christina Cheung • 

"Tina" 

Activities: 

SAARV, 10-12 

Environmental Club, 11-12 

BWB, 12 

SADD, 11-12 

Quote: 

"[People] measure their esteem of 

each other bv what each has, and 

not by what each is... Nothing can 

bring vou peace but yourself." - 

Ralph Waldo Emerson 




• Keith Chow 



•Merlisha Chirstmas • 

Activities: 

SADD, 11-12 

SAARV, 12 

African American Club, 10-12 

Best Buddies, 12 

Quote: 

"Love-the greatest feeling in life" 

own 




• Charles M. Christian 

"Micah" 

Activities: 

Basketball, 9-12 

Football, 9-12 

Track, 9 

Baseball, 10 

Peer Leader, 11-12 

YMI, 11-12 

African American Club, 12 

SEMSBA Choir, 11-12 



• Reniquia Clay • 

"Neeka" 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 10-12 

Oracle Staff, 12 

Quote: 

"Everyday life goes by so fast, so 

treat everyday as if it's your 

last!!!"- own 





• Daniel J. Collins • 

"Collins," "Ninja Cowboy/ 
"Danny Boy" 

Activities: 

rrack, 9-12 

Zross-Countrv, 12 

vlath Team, 11-12 

BAARV, 10-12 

Amnesty International, 11-12 

Quote: 

'Live life to it's fullest."- own 



Glenn C. Cruz • 

"QuietBoy" 

Activities: 

Asian Club, 9-10,12 
3AARV, 12 
Dracle Staff, 12 
Quote: 

' I'm a person that believes everything 
lappens to you in life shapes you as a 
person. Every struggle, every challenge, 
everything that is placed in front of you is 
to see how much stronger a person vou're 
gonna become. Any problem you had in 
ife, you look back and... they're all behind 
rou. -Shawn "Jay-Z" Carter 





• John Connors • 

Activities: NHS, 10-11 
SAARV, 9-12 

President, 12 
Amnesty International, 10-12 
Theatre Guild, 9 
Jazz Band, 10-12 
Pep Band, 10 
Student Council, 9 

Class President, 9 
Band, 9-12 

SEMSBA, 10 
Quote: 

"Whenever you find yourself on the side of 
the majority, its time to pause and reflect." 
- Mark Twain 

• Jessica Daniels • 

Activities: 

Cheerleading, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Student Council, 11-12 
Powderpuff, 11-12 
Quote: 

"A day without laughter is a day 
wasted" - Charlie Chaplin 




• Neelesh Desai • 

Activities: 

Amnesty International, 10-11 




Christopher deSouza 



"Hai Go" 

Activities: 

NJHS, 9 

Marching Band, 9-12 




• Katie Dever • 

Activities: 

Band, 9-12 
Swim Team, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Powder Puff, 12 
Show Choir, 12 
Quote: 

"Work like you don't need money, 
love like you've never been hurt, 
sing as if no one can hear you, and 
dance like no one's watching. "- 
Anon. 




• Kelly Marie Donovan 

Activities: 

Wrestling, 10 

Quote: 

"You only live once, so live it up!' 

Unknown 

"Hardcore, "-own 




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Quote: 

"SLAYER!!!"-own 




• Caitlin Duffy • 

"Kady" 

Activities: Swim Team, 9-11 
Softball, 9-12 
Basketball, 11-12 
Track, 10 
NHS, 11-12 
Student Council, 9-12 
A.R.T., 11-12 
Powder Puff, 11-12 
Oracle Staff, 12 
Copy Editor 
Peer Leadership, 12 
Quote: "No one is listening until you 
make a mistake." - Anon. 




• Kevin T. Dugan • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9-12 

Tres., 10; VP, 11; Pres., 12 
SEMASC, 11-12 

VP, 11; Pres, 12 
Soccer, 9-12 
Track, 9-12 

Capt, 12 
NHS, 11-12 

Amnesty International, 11-12 
Peer Leadership, 12 
SAARV, 11-12 
Oracle Staff, 12 
Quote: 

"The greatest pleasure in life is doing the things 
people say we cannot do. "-Walter Bagehot 




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• Cassandra Elie 

"Sandy" 

.ctivities: 
AARV, 9-12 
ADD, 11-12 
iternational Club, 9 
eer Leadership, 11-12 

rack, 10-11 




• Deanna Felix • 

Activities: 

Chorus, 9-12 

A Capella, 11-12 
Theater Guild, 11-12 
SADD, 9-12 
Show Choir, 11-12 
Student Council, 9-12 

Class Vice Pres., 12 

E-Board, 11 
Quote: 

"You were born an original. Don't 
die a copy."- Anonymous 




• Diana Felix • 

ctivities: 

rack, 11-12 
ootball, 12 

Water Technician 
owder Puff, 11-12 
lass Secretary, 11-12 
horus, 9, 11-12 
heater, 11-12 
• uote: 

Enjoy life. There's plenty of time 
) be dead. "-Anon. 




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• Aaron Fellman • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9-12 
Class Treasurer, 9 
E-Board,' 11-12 
SAARV, 9-12 

Publicity Officer, 10,12 
A Capella, 11-12 
Show Choir, 9-12 
RHTY, 9-12 
Senior Video, 12 
Theatre Guild-Technical, 11-12 
Marching Band, 9-10 
Quote: 

"Success usually comes to those who are 
too busy to be looking for it."- Henry 
David Thoreau 




• Derek Field • 

ctivities: 

ae Kwon Do, 9-12 

.'restling, 10-11 

horus, 9-12 

iuote: 

ood, better, Best... never let it 
!st, until the Good is Better, and 
>e better is Best!"-Buddv Field 




• Matilde Freitas • 

"Tilly" 

Activities: 

Soccer, 9-12 

Powder Puff, 11-12 

Quote: 

"When choosing between two evils 

I always like to try the one I've 

never tried before."- Mae West 




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• Iliana Galvez • 

Activities: 

Peer Educator/ Mentor Program, 

12 

Quote: 

"Don't let jealousy and envy get in 

the way of all your dreams." -own 




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• Christopher Gervino 

"Chris" 

Activities: 
NHS, 10-12 

Vice President, 11 

President, 12 
Soccer, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Track and Field Events, 9-12 





• Joshua Goldberg • 

Activities: 

Computer Club, 9 

Amnesty International, 10 

Tennis Team, 11 

Quote: 

"Make the most out of your life, 

you only get one chance."- own 



Tiffany E. Greaves 



'Te-Te' 



Activites: 
SAARV, 10, 12 




• Jeremy M. Goldman • 

Activities: 
SAARV, 11-12 
NHS, 11-12 

Treasurer, 12 
Quote: 

"Don't put off for tomorrow what 
you can do today, because if you 
enjoy it today, you can do it again 
tomorrow. "-James A. Michner 




Hans Grotenbeck • 




• Syntia Guillaume • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 10 
Gvmnastics, 11 
RHTV, 11-12 
Boys Soccer 

Manager, 12 
Quote: 

"Submit to God and be at piece 
with him in this way prosperity 
will come and to you"- Job 21:20 




• Mai Ha • 

"Honnie" 

Activities: 

Art, 10-12 

Chorus, 9 

Diving, 9-12 

Powderpuff, 11-12 

Quote: 

"Forget me, not"- Anon. 




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• Tanya Hagan • 

activities: 

:horus, 9,10,12 

oftball, 10, 12 

)uote: 

Say okay to those who ask a 

tupid question." -own 




• Christina Hall • 

"Shor-Tee" 

ictivities: 

hotography Club, 11 
)racle Staff, 12 
owerpuff, 11 




• Shannon Heger • 

LCtivities: 

aseball, 9-12 

)uote: 

It's not whether you get knocked 

own. It's whether or not you get 

ack up."-Vince Lombardi 




• Savina Holland • 








• Joseph Haley • 

Quote: 

"Good is not good where better is 
expected."- Thomas Fuller 



• Darnell Hardmon • 
"D" 

Activities: 

Environmental Club, 11 

Oracle Staff, 12 

Quote: 

"Intelligence is the key to life."- 

own 



• Karla Ho • 

Activities: 

RHTV, 9-11 

SADD, 9 

RAC, 9-12 

Oracle Staff, 12 

Track & Field, 9-12 

Quote: 

"Always do your best and never 

give up." -own 



• Melynda J. Holmes • 

Activities: 

Amnesty International, 12 

SADD, 'l2 

Swimming, 9-12 

Diving, 9-10 

Quote: 

"A true friend never gets in your 

way unless you happen to be 

going down."- A. Lincoln 










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INTERSECTION 



E-Man and Cassie 




COLLEGE FAIR - FALL 2001 
John Connors signing up for 
college information. 




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AP PHYSICS 

Mireille and Kadv trying to see if 

thev can create a "short-circuit." 





DON'T DISTURB ME! 
'Didn't I say no pictures now?' 




SCHOOL LUNCH? NAH! TRY WEND1 S 
Mai, Tony, Erica, Diana, and Stephanie at lunch 



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• Eric Hui • 

Activities: 

International Club, 9 

Gay/Straight Alliance, 9-10 

SAARV, 10 

Tennis Team, 11-12 

Quote: 

"If you want to achieve a goal, 

NEVER sav that you can't do it. 

CAN'T means WON'T ! You have 

to push yourself to the limit."-my 

Brother-in-Law 




Naomi Hui 



"Nay" 

Activities: 

Asian Club, 9-10 
Theater Guild, 11-12 
Environmental Club, 10-11 

VP, 11 
A.R.T., 11-12 
Oracle Staff, 12 
Layout Editor 
BVVB, 12 

Copy Editor 
Quote: 

"To the world you may be one person, but 
to one person you may be the world. "- 
Anonymous 




• Nicole M. Hunt • 

Activities: 

Cheerleading, 9-11 

JV Football Capt.,10-11 




• Robert Irwin • 

"Bob," "Rob" 

Activities: 

Wrestling, 9,12 

Boston Globe Scholastic Art 

Award Nominee 

Quote: 

"This is our life, this is our time, 

you be yours and I'll be mine, this 

is our world, this is our time."- 

Baton Rouge- The Nixons 




• Somonique Jennings • 

Quote: 

"Live life to the fullest" -Unknown 





• Curtis Johnson • 

"C," "CJ" 

Activities: 

Football: 9,11-12 

Basketball, 10-12 

SADD, 12 

Quote: 

"Everyone can dream and dream, 

but who will actually work for 

it?"- own 




• Victoria L. Jose • 

Activities: 

Basketball, 11 

SAARV, 12 

Quote: 

"If truth is not a thing apart from 

me, then I don't want it."- 

Anonvmous 




• Justin Joyce • 

Activities: 

Three Spoon, 9-12 
Show Choir, 10 
Jazz Band, 11 
Student Council, 9 

Class Vice Pres., 9 
Quote: 

"The fish are still dead in the water, 
and the machine starts up again at 8, 
and when the bi-products of progress 
are human lives instead of fish, it will 
be too late to realize our mistakes. "- 
The Broadways 



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• Matthew Keene • 

"Matty" 

Quote: 

"No matter how hard life gets or 
what we do in our future, let us all 
live and have fun." - TFG 



Kevin Kung 

"Kung-Fu" 



Activities: 

Band, 9-12 

Marching Band, 10 

Jazz Band, 10,12 

Piece of Peace, 10 

Quote: 

"You laugh at me because I'm 

different. I laugh at vou because 

you're all the same."- Anonymous 




• Ashley King • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9-11 

Powderpuff, 11-12 

Quote: 

"Every new beginning comes from 

some other beginning's end."- 

Semisonic 




• Christine Kwong • 

Activities: 

Amnestv International, 12 

SADD, 12 

Quote: 

"Truly great friends are hard to 

find, difficult to leave, and 

impossible to forget."- G. Randolf 




Joanna LaGuerre 

"Jo-Jo" 



Activities: 

Peer Leader, 11-12 



• Phil Laureta 




• Adam Lapon • 

Activities: 

Baseball, 9,10,12 

Basketball, 9-12 

Football, 9-12 

Track, 11 

Chorus, 9-12 

Student Council, 9, 12 

SADD, 12 

Quote: 

"A true friend never gets in your 



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• Vina Le • 

Activities: 

Asian Club, 11-12 

Memorial Meetings, 12 

Quote: 

"Love is not Love when someone 

received it. "-White 




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• Cassend Leblanc • 

ctivities: 

jotball, 10-11 

frican American Club, 11-12 
HTV, 11 
leatre Guild, 11 
uote: 

will succeed and represent my 
aitian culture to the fullest. " - 
vn 





• Benjamin J. Lee • 

Activities: NHS, 10-12 
Cross Country, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Track, 9-12 
Tennis, 11 
StudentCouncil, 10-12 

Class Vice President, 10 

Class President, 11-12 
Memorial Meetings, 12 
Quote: 

"Even," morning [in Africa], a gazelle wakes up 
and knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it 
will be killed. A lion wakes up and knows it 
must outrun the slowest gazelle or it will starve. 
It doesnt matter what you are; when the sun 
comes up you'd better be running." - 1998 
Indoor Track State Coaches Meet T-shirt 




• Elton Lee • 

"WahJie,""LunYurng' 

ctivities: 

mnis, 11-12 

sian Club, 9, 11-12 

uote: 

lum Ga Ling." -LMF 




• Emily Leung • 

"Emmy," "Em" 

Activities: 

SAAD, 11-12 
Environmental Club, 10-12 

Vice President 
SAARV, 10-12 
BWB, 12 

Theatre Guild, 12 
Quote: 

"Learn from yesterday, live for 
today, hope for tomorrow. "-Anon. 




• Sarah C. J. Levins • 

"Sal," "Levins" 

uote: 

'ou only live once, live it up. If I 

) it, it doesn't need to be done." - 



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• Billy Lok ■ 

"Master Lok" 

Activities: 
Track, 9-12 
Web Design Team, 11,12 

Sports Info Dir. 
Quote: 

"Fill up, Buckle up, Hang on!" 
Ultra 94 




• Christina Loo • 

"Lulu" 

rtivities: 

sian Club, 10-12 
>ncert Band, 9 
VB, 10-12 

Co-editor, 11 
[HS,9 
US, 10-12 

Secretary, 12 
^ARV, 10' 
uote: 

.Failure? I never encountered it. All 
?ver met were temporary set- 
icks..." -D. Walters 




• Esmeira Luna • 

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• Jessica MacDonald 

Activities: 
Gymnastics, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Softball, 9-12 
Powderpuff, 11,12 
Quote: 

"Pepsi does my body good." 
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• Jeremiah Mamo • 

Activities: 

African American Club, 11-12 

SADD. 11-12 

Intramurals Basketball, 9-12 

Quote: 

"Life without knowledge is death in 

disguise." -Talib Kweli 




• Tyara Martin • 

Activities: 

Chorus, 11-12 

Theatre Guild, 9-12 

Show Choir, 11 

Quote: 

"I don't know why we are here, 

but I'm pretty sure that it is not in 

order to enjoy ourselves." -Ludwig 

Wittgenstein 




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Activities: SAARV 

sec. 11, VP 12 
Amnesty Int., 10-12 
Greater Boston SAC, 11-12 

State Delegate, 11-12 
Student Advisory Council 

Chairperson, 12 
Theatre Guild, 9 
BWB, 10-11 

Three Spoon (Bass), 9-12 
Quote:"Why aren't you when the rest of 
the world is? If it works for them, why 
can't it work for you? Why do you always 
have to be different? Why won't you just 
change your view?" -Three Spoon 



• Cheryl Mann • 

Activities: 

Concert Band, 9-12 

Powderpuff, 12 

Quote: 

"Image is what people think we 

are, integrity is what we really 

are." -John Maxwell 



• Christopher Mateo 

"Christoph," "Fruity," "Gova 



Activities: Asian Club, 10-12 
Quote: "I'll never go" You would always 
ask me/These words 1 sav/And telling 
me/What it means to vou/Everv single 
day/You always got this way/for how 
many times I told you/ 1 love voufor this is 
all 1 know/ Come to me and hold me/ And 
vou will see/ The love I owe/ For you still 
hold the kev/I'Il never go far away/Even 
the sky will tell/that 1 need you so/For 
this all I know/ I'll never go far awav 
from you/never go awav/ I'll never go 
awav/ For this is all I know. - Don Mateo 
RIPMar.9, 01 




• Deanna McCall • 

Actvities: 

African-American Club, 9-12 
SAARV, 11-12 
SAAD, 12 
Quote: 

"The Lord is my light and my 
salvation, who I shall fear." - 
Psalm 27:1 




• James J. McCusker • 

Activities: 

Soccer, 9-12 

Winter Track, 12 

Spring Track, 11-12 

Quote: 

"Those who don't know me, might 

think I'm seriouslv disturbed, but 

those who do know me, know I'm 

worse off then the others think!"- 

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. Daniel McDonough • 

)uote: "If you don't stand up for 
3mething, you'll fall for any- 
iing." - Public Enemy 




• Ashley McLeod • 

.ctivities: 

EMSBA, 9, 11-12 

. Capella, 12 

heatre Guild, 11 

>uote: 

Fate, there is fate, but it only 

ikes you so far cuz once you're 

tere it's up to you to make it 

appen."-Jenna Elfman 




• Lif aite Milord • 

ctivities: 

accer, 12 

• uote: 

Blessed are those who, despite 

/erything, have the will to go to 

:hool, and know that their 

appiness depends on the days 

ley will spend there. "-own 



• Derek J. Mclver • 

Activities: Environmental Club, 9-12 

President, 10-11 
RHTV, 9-12 

Anchor-in-chief, 11-12 
Theatre Guild, 9-11 

Assistant director, 10-11 
Student Council, 9-12 

E- board, 10-12 
NHS, 10-12 
State Student Advisory Council, 12 

E-board, School Climate co-chair 
Oracle Staff, 9-12 

Editor, 12 
Best Buddies, 12 

President, 12 
Quote: "Character is who you are in the 
dark."- Dwight L. Moody 

• Erica Mellon • 

Activities: 

Swim Team, 9-12 

Softball, 11-12 

Track, 11-12 

Chorus, 9-12 

Powderpuff, 11-12 

Quote: 

"I have never let my schooling 

interfere with my education." 

-Mark Twain 





•Kristen Mitchell • 

"Krisy" 

Activities: 

Swim Team, 9-12 
Quote: 

"Life's too short. Don't wait to do 
anything. "-own 







• Dan Monteiro • 

ctivities: 

ross Country, 11-12 

pring Track, 11-12 

/inter Track, 11-12 

ADD, 11-12 

|uote: 

In track, it's man against himself, 

te crudest of opponents. The 

ther runners are not the real 

lemies. His adversary lies deep 

ith him."- Glenn Cunningham 




• Cassandra Monteiro • 

"Cassie" 




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• Samir Moubarak • 

"One Beer Samir" 
Quote: 

"Life is too short to waste 
your time doing meaningless 
things that will only hold you 
back, but don't forget to enjoy 
yourself." -Own 



• Barbara Mullen 

"Boob" 
Activities: 

Girls Varsity Soccer, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Powderpuff, 11-12 
Quote: 

"If you are never scared, 
embarrassed, or hurt, it 
means you never take 
chances." -Julia Soul 



• Vijay Nagarajan • 

Activities: 

Soccer, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Tennis, 9-12 

Captain, 11-12 
Computer Club, 11-12 
Asian Club, 12 
Winter Track, 12 
Quote: 

"The best and the most beautiful 
things in this world can't be touched, 
or even be seen, they must be felt 
within the heart. "-Helen Keller 





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Activities: 

Basketball, 9-12 




• Seth Nankin • 

Activities: 

Soccer, 11 
Winter Track, 9-12 
Spring Track, 9-10, 12 
Football, 9 
Quote: 

"Life will sometimes throw you a 
curveball, and gives you two 
options with it. It's up to you on 
which one you choose to pick, and 
hopefully you pick the right one.' 
-own 




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Activities: Basketball, 

Captain, 12 
African American Club, 

President, 9-12 
SAARV, 9-12 

Secretary, 10 

Treasurer, 12 
Student Council, 10-12 

Class VP, 11 
Powderpuff, 11-12 
Quote: "Happiness is when what 
you think and what you do are in 
harmony." -Ghandi 




• Aron Parisi • 

Activities: 

SAARV, 11-12 
Community Theater, 9-12 
Religious Youth Group, 9-12 

Religious & Cultural VP, 

President 
Literary Magazine, 10 
Quote: 

"Better to keep your mouth shut 
and have people think you an idiot 
than to open your mouth and 
prove them right." 
- Samuel Clemens 




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Activities: 

Basketball, 9-10, 12 

Quote: 

"Treat life like you'd treat a friend; 

with respect, love, and other 

positive feelings. And before you 

know it, you'll live a smooth ride, 

able to reach the moon."-own 



• Steve Pasquantonio • 

"Pasco" 
Activities:Football, 9, 11-12 
Baseball, 9-12 

Quote:" I must not fear. Fear is the 
mind-killer. Fear is the little-death 
that brings total obliteration. I will 
face my fear. I will permit it to 
pass over me and through me. 
And when it has gone past I will 
turn the inner eye to see its path. 
Where the fear is gone there will be 
nothing. Only I will remain." 
-Frank Herbert 

• Darren Popsie • 

"Yahtzee," "D-Pop" 

Activities: 

Wrestling, 10-12 
JV Baseball, 10 
Quote: 
"Yahtzee!!!" - own 




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• William Parks • 

Activities: 

Football, 11 

Step Squad, 9 

Quote: "To those who think that 

they dont need, thats not true; 

every person needs someone to 

talk to and chill with. Who wants 

to be alone?" - own 




• Ashokbhai Patel • 

"Ash" 

Quote: 

"The best way to find love is to 
love someone. The best way to lose 
love is to hold it tight. The love in 
your heart isn't there to stay. Love 
isn't love til' you give it away." 
- own 



• Stephanie Rafuse ■ 

Activities: 

Track, 9-12 
Captain 
Pep Band, 9 
Band, 9-12 

Tomorrow's Teachers Club, 10 
Powderpuff, 11-12 
Quote: 

"Life goes by so fast, you only 
wanna do what you think is right. 
Close your eyes and it's past, 
story of my life."-Social Distortion 




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• Lydiavien E. Ramirez 

Activities: 

Chorus, 9-10 

3 A AD, 12 

5AARV, 12 

rrack, 10 

rennis, 11-12 

Show Choir, 10 

Amnesty International, 12 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Asian Club, 9-12 

2uote:"Most people walk in and out 

nf your life, but only true friends 

eave footprints in your heart." 

Eleanor Roosevelt 

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• Schumann Robert • 

"Shuroc" 

Activities: 

3asketball, 10-11 
-ootball, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
rrack, 9-12 
Zhorus, 9-11 
2uote: 

'I can do all things through Christ 
vho strengthens me" 
Phillipians 4:13 




Janeal Nia Ramsey 



Activities: 

African American Club, 
International Club, 9 
SAARV, 9-12 
SAAD, 11-12 
Tennis, 11 
Track, 11 

Peer Leadership, 11-12 
Best Buddies, 12 




• Jose Sammy Robert 

Activities: 

Basketball, 10-11 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Quote: 

"As water reflects a face so a 

man's heart reflects the man." 

-Psalm 27:14 



• Autumn Robinson • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 11-12 

Student Alliance, 12 

BWB, 12 

Quote: 

"Being true to the world and 

holding on isn't so easy without 

hope. With the cold winds at your 

face, and hands about your throat. 

How can you fight back when 

they've cut off your hands." 

-C. Mari 




• Tara Rose • 

Activities: 

Softball, 9-12 

SADD, 11-12 

Student Council, 11-12 

3 eer Leader, 12 

'owderpuff, 11-12 

2uote: 

'If Barbie is so popular, why do 

,'ou have to buy her friends?" 

Anon. 




Dominique Roseau 




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• Rachel Rosen • 

Activities: 

Track, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Student Council, 9-12 

E-Board, 9-12 

Spirit Committee, 9-12 
Amnesty International, 11-12 
SADD, 11-12 
Cross Country, 9 
Quote: 

"In life, you have nothing to hold 
you back but fear."- own 



• Cassandre St. Louis • 

"Cassie" 

Activities: BWB, 12 

African-American Club, 9-12 

Mock Trial Team, 11-12 

SAARV, 9,11-12 

Step Squad, 9,12 

Photography, 11 

Powderpuff, 11-12 

Quote: 

"As beauty is in the eyes of a 

beholder so is success in the mind of a 

thinker and I can truly say I am 

victorious." - Unknown Authors 





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Quote: 

"Some people say tomorrow is one 
step closer to death, but I say 
tomorrow is one step closer to 
life..." -MxPx 




• Samantha St. Louis • 

Activities: 

SAARV, 9-12 

SADD, 9, 11-12 

Track, 9-10, 12 

Show Choir, 11 

Amnesty International, 9, 12 

Peer Leader, 11-12 

Best Buddies, 12 

Oracle Staff, 12 

African-American Club, 9-11 

Quote: 

"Personality has the power to open 

doors, but character keeps them 

open." - Bern Williams 




• James S. Sferrazza • 

"Jim," "White Lightning" 

Activities: 

Soccer, 9-12 
Track, 9-12 
Quote: 

"Never give up on your dreams. 
If you believe they will happen, 
they will become true." - own 




Mikhail Shatskiy 




• Bintu Sheriff • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 10, 12 

Quote: 

"Hold fast to dreams for when 

dreams go, life is a barren field 

frozen with snow." 

- Langston Hughes 




• Susan Sheriff • 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 10 

Quote: 

"Hold fast to dreams for if 

dreams die, life is a broken-winged 

bird that cannot fly." 

- Langston Hughes 




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• Ashley Rose Shiel • 

uote: 

Ve must know where we come 
om to know where we're going. 
4JK 



• Stephany 
Sigarrostegui 




Chris Shirkey 



Activities: 

Football, 9, 11-12 

Captain, 12 
Wrestling, 9-10 




Jamaal Stephen 




• Pat Sullivan • 

ctivities: 

ratball, 9-12 

Captain 
isketball, 9-12 

Captain 
ack, 9-12 

udent Council, 9-11 
uote: 

o become a champion, you have 
fight one more round." 
tames J. Corbett 



• Michael Tang • 

"YSJ" 

tiviries: Spring Track, 9-10 

restling, 10-12 

Captain 

nnis, 11-12 

ARV, 10-12 

lC, 9-10, 12 

ident Council, 9-12 

ass Treasurer, 11 

HS,9 

President 

iote:"We are shut up in schools and 

lege recitation rooms for ten of fifteen 

ars, and come out at last with a bellyfull 

words and do not know a thing." 

ialph Waldo Emerson 




• Stephanie M. Tan • 

Activities: 

SAARV, 10-12 

Student Council, 11-12 

A Capella, 11-12 

SADD, 10 

Asian Club, 9-10 

Quote: 

"The future belongs to those who 

believe in the beauty of their 

dreams." - Eleanor Roosevelt 



• Tony Tang • 

"Sweet 'n Tangy/' "Chigga" 

Activities: 
Basketball, 9-12 
Football, 9,12 
Track, 11 

Peer Leadership, 12 
YMI, 11 
Quote: 

"Pray that your loneliness may 
spur you into finding something to 
live for, great enough to die for." 
- Dag Hammar Slejold 




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• Myrna Tangar • 

"It's Myrna!!!" 

Activities: Basketball, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Softball, 10 
SAARV, 10-12 
Peer Mediator, 9-12 
African-American Club, 9-12 
Oracle Staff, 12 
Student Council, 12 
Powder Puff, 11-12 
Quote: "Always be yourself, how can 
anyone else know who vou are, if you 
don't know yourself. Keep it real!!! - 
Autumn Robinson 




• Michael Tardanico • 

"Tarda" 

Activities: 

Baseball, 9-11 

Quote: 

"We didn't lose the game, we just 

ran out of time."- Vince Lombardi 




Jaclyn Tarr 



"Jackie" 

Activities: 

Softball, 9-12 

Swimming, 9-12 

Jazz Band-Trumpet, 9-12 

Band-Trumpet 1, 9-12 

Jazz Improw, 11-12 

A-Capella, 12 

Powderpuff, 12 

Quote: 

"Always be yourself because the ones 

who mind don't matter, and the ones 

who matter don't mind. "-Unknown 




• Francia Toussaint • 

"Traci" 

Activities: Basketball, 9-12 
Student Council, 11-12 

Class Treasurer, 12 
SADD, 10-12 
SAARV, 9-12 
.African American Club, 9-12 

Vice-President, 11-12 
Chorus, 9-12 
A Capella, 12 

Quote: For even' light side there is a dark side. 
For even, positive situation, negativitv is never 
too far away. The only way to sun-ive the dark 
side is to realize it exists. And most important of 
all respect it... Live life, don't let it live you."- 
own 




John Tran 




Activities: 

Tennis, 10-12 

SAARV, 11-12 

Asian Club, 9-10 

Student Council, 10 

Chorus, 11-12 

Show Choir, 12 

Quote: 

"Time is a companion that goes with 

us on a journey. It reminds us to 

cherish each moment, because it will 

never come again. What we leave 

behind is not as important as how we 

lived."- Captain Jean-Luc Picard 

• Kim Turner • 

Activities: 
SoftbaJl, 9 
Quote: 

"When vou laugh, the world 
laughs with youl but when you 
crv, vou en- alone."- Anonymous 




Keisha Tucker • 

"Keish" 



Activities: 

Gymnastics, 9-12 

Softball, 9-10 

Chorus, 9, 11-12 

Band, 9 

Quote: 

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Dawn Tyrell 

"HomegirlD" 



Activities: 

Best Buddies, 12 

Buddy 
Quote: 

"Live your life from day to day" 
-own 




• Gina Vertil • 

"Gigi" 



• Robert Wakeling 

"Bobby" 

Quote: 

"We shall never surrender." 
- Winston Churchill 




• Heather E. Whynot • 

Activities: 

Swimming, 9-12 

Captain, 12 
Softball, 9 

Student Council, 9-10 
Peer Leadership, 12 
Powderpuff, 12 
Quote: 

"To forgive calls upon your love. 
To forget calls upon your 
strength. "-M. Ralph Noon 



• Angela Williams • 

Activities: 

Tennis, 10-12 

Pep Band, 10 

Show Choir, 11-12 

Band, 9-12 

SAARV, 10-11 

Quote: 

"To exist is to change, to change is 

to mature, to mature is to go on 

creating oneself endlessly."- Henri 

Bergson 






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Activities: 

Show Choir, 12 

Gay/Straight Alliance, 10-12 

Quote: 

"Whv not?!"- own 




• Lisa Wilkinson • 

Activities: 

Track, 9 

Cheerleading, 9-10 

Peer Leadership, 12 

Powderpuff, 12 

Quote: 

"Look around, choose you own 

ground, long you'll live high and 

high you'll fly. Smiles you'll give 

and tears you'll cry, all you touch 

and all you see is all your life will 

ever be."- Flovd 



• George Williams • 

Quote: 

"I have fought the good fight, I 
have finished the race, I have kept 
the faith."- 2 Timothy 4:7 






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• Kara Williams • 

ctivities: 

)ftball, 9 

jsketball, 9-10 

heerleading, 9-12 

udent Council, 11 

)wderpuff, 11-12 

uote: 

toil never know what you have 

1 it's gone."- Unknown 




• Albert Wong • 

"Alby" 

:tivities: 

.sketball, 9-12 
ruiis, 11-12 
VB, 11-12 
•acle Staff, 12 
Photo editor 
er Leadership, 12 
;ian Club, 12 
note: 

uccess is for those who learn from 
lure and has a wide range of 
riosity."- own 

• Daphne Xu • 

:tivities: 

;ian Club, 9-12 
-acle Staff, 12 
5A, 9-10 
uote: 

f you've got melted chocolate 
over your hands, you're eating 
too slowly. 'VAnon. 




• Shauna M. Williams 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 9-12 

SAARV, 11 

Powderpuff, 12 

Step Squad, 9 

Quote: 

"Trust in the Lord with all your 

heart and lean not on your own 

understanding; in all your ways 

acknowledge him, and he will 

make your paths straight." 

-Proverbs 3, 5, & 6 



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• Brandon Yancey • 

"B-ROC" 

Quote: 

"Without struggle there is no 
progress."- Fredrick Douglas 




• Sarah Yoff e • 

:tivities: 

sketball, 9 

ARV, 10, 12 

lDD, 10-12 

rican-American Club, 11-12 

ident Council, 11-12 

lote: 

o confidently in the direction of 

ur dreams. Live the life you 

ve imagined."- Henry David 

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• Iti Behari • 

Activities: 

Asian Club, 9 
Environmental Club, 10, 11 

Secretary, 11 
NHS, 12 
SAARV, 10-12 
A.R.T., 10 

Amnesty International, 10 
Math Team, 10-12 
Quote: 

"I am not as innocent as I look, 
unknown 




• Adilson Centeio* 

"E-Man" 

Activities: 

Basketball, 11-12 

Football, 9-12 

Track and Field, 9-10 

Peer Leader, 11-12 

Chorus, 9-12 

YMI, 11-12 

Quote: 

"Everyone thinks of changing the 

world, but no one thinks of changing 

himself."-L. M. Tolstoy 




• Brandon Clark • 

Activities: 

Football, 9-12 

Basketball, 10-12 

Chorus, 9-12 

Peer Leadership, 11, 12 

Quote: 

"Do all the good you can, By all 

the means you can, In all the ways 

you can, In all the places you can, 

At all the times you can, To all the 

people you can, As long as ever 

you can."-John Wesley 




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• Paul Hubacheck • 

"Superman" 

Activities: 

Wrestling, 9 
Football, 9-11 

Defensive Player of the Year 

League All-Star 
V. BasebaK, 9-12 
Quote: 

"To live wildly is to live in 
denial, "-own 




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• Flor Lopez • 

"Pochita" 

Message to Class: 

Keep going; don't stop before 
success ruins your goals and 
ideals. We can do it! I will miss 
you guys, you are such nice 
people. 




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• Tony Mazzucco • 

Activities: 

Student Council, 9-12 

School Committee Rep., 10-12 

Theatre Guild, 10-11 

Environmental Club, 10-11 

Debate Club, 9 

Tomorrow's Teachers Club, 10-11 

Message to Class: 

We lived through a generation-defining 

event. Through the chants of God Bless 

America and United We Stand, we realized 

who we are and how great this country is. 

I can only hope that I can give as much 

back to my country as it has given me. 



• Elizabeth Resende • 

"Lisa" 

Activities: 

V. Gymnastics, 9, 12 
Powderpuff, 12 

Defense, wide receiver 
SADD, 12 
Chorus, 12 

Soprano 
Quote: 

"You don't know what you got till 
it's gone. "-unknown 




• Marcelle Poteau • 

"CiCi," "Haitian Mami" 

Activities: 

African-American Club, 9-12 

V. Track, 9-12 

French Club, 12 

Peer Leader, 12 

Quote: 

"Things I've done in the past/ I 

don't regret,/ I just learn from 

them. "-Eve 










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Mr. Gerard J. Linehan, Principal 




RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



ARTHUR J. MEL1A 

SUPERINTENDENT 

(781) 961-6205 

SUSAN G. TAYLOR EdLD. 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

(781) 961-6203 



To the Class of 2002: 




RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



GERARD J. LINEHAN 
PRINCIPAL 



ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
VICE PRINCIPAL 



R. LUKE CARROL 
LNTTJUM ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 



Congratulations to you and your family on your graduation from Randolph High School- 
Six years ago. you entered RHS as youngsters with mixed emotions of anxiety and 
trepidation as to what the future may bring. Today, after spending one third of your life 
at our school, you graduate as articulate and confident young men and women. 

Graduation day is one of great pride and joy as you are rewarded for your years of hard 
work. It is again a day of mixed emotions as you say goodbye to your familiar 
surroundings and long time friends to begin new challenges and adventures. 

The town owes much to you as you have made great contributions to our school's 
reputation You truly have left the school a better place. 

On behalf of our entire faculty and stafL I wish you great success in the future and expeel 
you will continue to pursue excellence Best wishes and congratulations on a task well 
done. 

Sincerely, 



Gerard J Lincljten. 
Principal 



RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



ARTHUR J. MKLIA 

SUPERINTENDENT 

(781) %l-6205 

SUSAN G. TAYLOR E<LD. 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

(7*1)9(14203 




RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL 



GERARD J. LINEHAN 
PRINCIPAL 



ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
VICE PRINCIPAL 



JOHN P. GIUGGK) 

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL 



June, 2002 



To the Class of 2002 

American statesman William Jennings Bryan once observed that "Destiny is not 
a matter of chance: it is a matter of choice ' As a member of the Class of 2002. 
each of you is the living embodiment of this thought The positive choices that 
you have made during the past four years have helped you to move toward your 
"destiny' as a graduate of Randolph High School 

Your spirit and determination have had a profound effect on our school From 
the individual honors many of you have received to the collective success your 
class has had on the MCAS tests you have brought a sense of pnde and honor 
to the Randolph community 

Continue to make wise decisions and they will lead you to a future full of the 
success and happiness that each of you deserve. 

Congratulations and best of luck 



Robert A Johnsoh 
Vice Principal 




Mr. Robert A. Johnson, Vice Principal 



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Superintendent of Schools 




Dr. Susan Taylor 
Asst. Superintendent of Schools 




Randolph School Committee 

Back: Mr. R. T. DiGuilio, Mr. E. Gilbert 
Front: Mrs. G. Cornish, Mrs. B. Mellon, Mr. R. Gass 



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Acevedo, Marjorie 

English 
Andrew, Scott 

Social Work 
Baga, Susan 

Nwrse 
Baldwin, Loretta 

English 
Battaglia, Desiree 

English 



Beagan, Christine 

English 
Bellistri, Dan 

Alternative Program 
Berry, David 

Music Chairperson 
Bowen, Heather 

E.l.L. 
Boyd, Jason 

Math 



Brandt, Christine 

Foreign Language 
Brennan, Thomas 

Science 
Brown-Jones, Mary 

Guidance 
Bumpus, Arthur 

Science Chairperson 
Campbell, Maureen 

Nurse 



Canavan, Lisa 

Social Studies/English 
Carter, Deborah 

Science 
Chase, Kathleen 

Health 
Christopher, Chris 

Math 
Clark, Robert 

Work Experience 



Cohn, Richard 

Pupil Services 
Cribby, Jennifer 

Alternative Program 
Dandeneau, Lynne-Marie 

Music 
Deady, Chris 

Graphic Arts 
DelVecchio, Steve 

Reading 



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DiMascio, Annette 

Math Chairperson 

Donnelly, Shannon 

Science 

Donovan, John 

Guidance 

Edwards, Thomas 

Computer Technology 

Emond, Francine 

Science 



Ervick, Kristin 

Social Studies 

Estes, Bill 

Science 

Flannery, Kelly 

Foreign Language 

Foley, Joanne 

Guidance 

Frankland, Bethany 

Science 



Gearv, Joe 

I.S.S. 

Gienopie, Richard 

EnglisJi 

Gonzales, Dr. Luz 

Foreign Language 

Gregopolous, Costos 

E.L.L. 

Grenzke, Kate 

English 



Grilli, Ed 

Pupil Services 

Grubert, Arlene 

Pupil Sendees 

Hahn, Ellen 

Math 

Harrington, Ann 

Alternative Program 

Honohan, Christine 

Social Studies 



Hult, Melissa 

Science 

Jean-Pierre, Joseph 

E.L.L. 

Kachinsky, Phil 

Social Studies 

Kaplan, Paul 

Social Studies 

Keefe, Tom 

Pupil Services 




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Kiley, Kathv 

Health 
Klusas-King, Paula 

Foreign Language 
LeClair, Steve 

Pupil Services 
Lellock, Jasmine 

English 
Leonard, Patrick 

Social Studies 



Letzring, Mike 

Math 
Lovely, Kathy 

Administrative 

Secretary 
Marsigliano, HuiNing 

E.L.L. 
McFadden, Sandra 

E.L.L. 
McGill, Ed 

MCAS English 

Mclntire, Claire 

Pupil Services 
McNitt, Susan 

English 
Miranda, Jorge 

E.L.L. 
Mirow, Sheila 

Social Studies 



Modricamin, Miriam 

Foreign Language 
Mullen, Joanne 

Pupil Services 
Murphy, Diane 

Librarian 
O'Brien, Dr. William 

Science 
O'Connell, Gordon 

Computer Technology 



Peterson, Dr. Charles 

Math 
Pierre, Othnel 

E.L.L. 
Pillarella, Robert 

Pupil Services 
Pollock, Portia 

Science 
Powell, Garrett 

Math 



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Scoza, Michelle 

English 

Slattery, Dr. William 

Social Studies Clmirperson 

Smith, Al 

Athletic Director 

Soufy, Dot 

Re-Entry Program 

Stadfeld, Elaine 

Computer Technology 



Steward, Cheryl 

Related Arts 

Suleski, Debbie 

Administrative Secretary 

Sullivan, Richard 

Social Studies 

Sweeney, Richard 

Health Chairperson 

Tavares, Matt 

Alternative Program 



Telfort, Modeline 

Foreign Language 

Tilden, Marie 

Pupil Services 

Tower, Lorraine 

Foreign Language 

Chairperson 

Turner, Tom 

Math 

Ventura, Dr. Lorri 

School Psychologist 

Vezzoli, Gary 

Math 

Visser, Robert 

Career Development 

Coordinator 

Wagner, Barbara 

Pupil Services 

Wahlgren, David 

Guidance 

Walker-Hill, Maryanne 

Librarian 












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Gym Staff 
Bradbury, Virgina 
Branch, Coach Terry 
Archaki, Allison 



Front Offices Staff 
O'Meara, Patricia 
Powers, Francis 
Benson, Tammy 
Sullivan, Gloria 
Rakoski, Kathy 



Cafeteria Staff 
Every day the 
Cafeteria staff 
works hard to serve 
the students of RHS 
during three lunch 
periods. 




Wan, Jennifer 

English 
Webber, Barbara 

Art 
Weiand, Ed 

Pupil Services 
Weisberg, Toby 

Handicapped Assistance 
Wheeler, Jim 

Pupil Services 



Wilson, Hal 

Career Development 
Wilson, Judy 

Pupil Services 
Wootton, Carie 

Math 
Youngclaus, Fred 

Pupil Services 
Zolacha, Rachel 

E.L.L 



Daycare Staff 
Clark, Ellen 
Seger, Pat 
Duzan, Michelle 
Curtin, Kim 
Turner, Debbie 



Security Guards 
Nalbandian, Berta 
Steward, Marie 
Williams, Don 
Pasquantonio, Jane 



Parent Information 
Center Staff 
Puglia, Rindi 
Culhane, Kathleen 



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Brandon and Austin 
keepin' their cool. 



Sean is a talented 
carpenter! 



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Prom Queen '88 




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AFRICAN-AMERICAN 

CLUR 

Advisor: Mrs. Brown-Jones 




The purpose of the African- America! 
Club is to spread awareness of Africai 

African-American, and Caribbean 

cultures. The club promotes cultural ai 

ethnic diversity, acceptance, tolerance 

and enlightenment of our school and 

community at large. Through this effo> 

The African- American Club hopes to ! 

influence the students of Randolph Hi£ 

School in a positive manner. 



The Randolph Asian Club strives to be a 
cultural resource for the community's 

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diverse youth population. It endeavors to 
learn about various cultures and to share 

that knowledge with others through 
creative performances every year at Asian 
Night, with workshops and meetings that 

are open to anyone and everyone who 
would like to attend. Also, fun showcases 
display its individual acheivements cen- 
tered around strides taken to educate 
others. Its main goal is to help banish 
stereotypes by embracing the world 
community and to label everyone under one 
title: Images of Humanity. 




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ASIAN CLUB 

Advisors: Mrs. Sung 
Mrs. Lam, Dr. O'Brien 





AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL 

Advisor: Mrs. Tower 

"A letter written is a life saved." This is Amnesty 

International's theme. The phrase encompasses the goals of 

the organization, which is to help those who are wrongfully 

punished and to rally against tyranny and oppression. 

Amnesty International gives liberty and justice to people 

silenced by despotic governments. The club contributes 

numerous letters and petitions to Amnesty International 

USA, which are sent to government officials, generals, 

presidents, etc. It gives those who have been muted a voice so 

that they may speak and be heard. 



S.A.A.R.V 

Advisor: Mr. Andrew 



The Student Alliance Against Racism and Violence 
(SAARV) strives to gain a deeper understanding of how 
acism, sexism, classism, homophobia, and violence impact 
individuals and society and to empower students to act 
gainst these dynamics in their personal lives and in society 
t large. The Student Alliance accomplishes these objectives 
through bimonthly club meetings and the sponsoring of 
events such as movie/ discussion nights, student work- 
lops, the "Team Harmony" trip, and "World of Difference 

Week." The Alliance hopes that its efforts will enrich 

members' lives as they learn more about themselves and 

each other and also contribute to the creation of a more 

tolerant, peaceful, and just society. 




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MEMORIAL COMMITTEE 

Advisors: Mrs. Foley, 
Mr. Andrew 

The September 11th Memorial Committee was formed by 

Randolph High School's students to recognize the 

tragedies of September 11th. The committee has raised 

over $1,000 for both the American Red Cross and for a 

memorial in memory of all the victims of September 

11th. In May, the group plans to hold a ceremony to 

dedicate the memorial. 



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A.R.T. 

Advisor: Ms. Lellock 

A.R.T. (Aesthetic Restoration Team) is a group of 
students who meet on Fridays to paint murals as well as 
restore old murals throughout the school. The students 
also work on projects to improve the overall beauty of 

the school. A.R.T. is comprised of some amazingly 
talented artists who spend weeks planning and design- 
ing a mural. With every mural it creates, the group 
hopes to make the school a little brighter and create a 
more pleasant atmosphere for learning. 






MOCK TRIAL TEAM 

Advisor: Ms. Lellock 



The goal of Mock Trial is to help students 
develop their critical thinking skills, their under- 
standing of the judicial process, and their ability to 

present themselves in a public and competent 
manner. The program places students in a simu- 
lated courtroom situation where they must assume 
the roles of lawyers and witnesses in a hypothetical 
case. Students learn about applicable case law as 
well as essential critical thinking and public speak- 
ing skills. The team practices all Fall to compete in 
Febuary against other schools. Team members 
devote many hours a week to preparing their 
competition materials. 




PHOTOGRAPHY 
CLUB 

Advisor: Mrs. Foley 



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Advisor: Mr. Tavares 

RHTV is Randolph High School's version of the 
morning news. Students perform all of the posi- 
tions of a network newscast - news anchors, 
camera operators, sound mixers, and producers. 
During homeroom telecasts, student anchors 
notify Randolph High School of daily events, 
athletics, clubs, and recite the Pledge of Alle- 
giance. Members also work in conjunction with 
Randolph Community Television to produce and 
develop town broadcasts and special events. 



THEATRE GUILD 

Advisors: Ms. Scoza, 
Ms. Acevedo, Mrs. Dandeneau 



The Randolph Theater Guild is more than just a 
drama club, it is a way of life. Its members spend 
countless hours at rehearsals, theater exercises and 
fund-raisers all to make a "dramatic moment." All 

along, it has never been about the play, but the 

meaning of the audience's reaction to the players. 

Each member gives more than one-hundred and ten 

percent to see a show go off just right. 





COMPUTER CLUB 

Advisor: Mr. O'Connell 



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BIUE & WHITE BANNER 

Advisors: Mr. Edwards, Mr. Deadyj 

As a student-run organization, the Randolph Blue and 
White Banner is made possible through the hard work 
of dedicated writers and publishers who donate their 

free time to reporting the news that matters. The 

newspaper staff this year consists of approximately 

twenty active staff members of all grade levels as well 

as several free-lance writers. In order to produce an 

edition of the paper, the editors work with one another 

to make sure that all articles coincide with the Blue and 

White Banner's reputation of effective news reporting. 

This vear the Blue and White Banner continues to 
uphold its mission of maintaining a tradition of journal- 
istic excellence here at Randolph High. 




S.A.L.S. 

Advisor: Mr. Letzring 

The Student Academic Leadership Society (S.A.L.S.) 
is made up of freshman who were members of the 

National Junior Honor Society. The members 
develop leadership and teamwork skills through 
their various activities designed to help the school 
and the community. The organization's mission is 
to provide its members with the experience neces- 
sary to meet the criteria for membership in the 
National Honor Society. 



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LITERARY MAGAZINE 

Advi|»r: Ms. McNitt I 

The Literary Magazine seeks to encourage and 
publish original voices from Randolph High Schoo 

in poetry, short fiction, and prose. Its goal is to 
publish one to two compilations of student writing i 
per year. Another important goal of the magazine b 

to further develop the craft of regular members 

through shared writing, dialogue about writing, anc 

writing activities. Young writers are encouraged toi 

develop their strengths and explore new types aM 

writing with which thev may be less familiar. 



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NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

Advisor: Ms. DiMascio 

cholarship, leadership, service and character are the 
our pillars of the National Honor Society which the 
smbers follow. The National Honor Society conducts 
onthly service projects to benefit the school and local 
communities. One of its major contributions is the 
^cycling program conducted weekly within the high 
tool. Other projects include volunteering at the U.S.S. 
Bern's Haunted Ship, the Rotary Club's Breakfast with 
ita, and the Channel 2 Auction. A booklet is produced 
ch spring that summarizes the chapter's activities for 
he year and also serves as a program for the annual 
May induction ceremony. 



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CHESS CLUB 

Advisor: Mr. Christopher 

Despite what many people think, chess is not a dull 
game. In actuality, it is a complex battle of strategy and 

wit in which players pit their intellects against one 

another. The Chess Club is dedicated to the game, not 

the win. It is all about testing one's skills and the 

enrichment that it can provide. 



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Advisors: Mr. Turner, ^ 
Ms. DiMascio 

The Randolph High School Math Team competes 

annually in the Southeastern Mathematics League, 

made up of twenty four schools. For the past nine 

years, Randolph has placed among the top five schools 

in the league, qualifying for the all-state competition in 

each of these years and placing as high as second at 

both the Massachusetts and New England Competitions 

in the medium school division. The 2001-2002 team 

continues in that tradition of excellence. 



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S.A.D.D. 

Advisor: Ms. Pollock 




Students Against Destructive Decisions is 
school based organization dedicated to 
addressing the issues of underage drinkin 
impaired driving, drug use, and othej 
destructive decisions and killers of younji 
people. SADD's mission is to provide stu 
dents with the best prevention and invents 

tools possible to deal with destructive 
decisions. SADD members sign a contract : 
life pledging their best effort to remain 
alcohol and drug free, to never drive und( 
the influence, never accept rides from thoi 
who are under the influence, to always we 
a seat belt, and to do everything in their 
power to understand and communicate wi 
others about potentially destructive deci- 
sions. Friends Don't Let Friends Drive 
Drunk. 



The purpose of Best Buddies is to provide 

the opportunity for friendships, by matching 

"buddy pairs" between mainstream and 

special education students. Students are 

given the opportunity to make new friends, 

enjoy new experiences, and have an impact 

on each other's lives. 





BEST BUDDIES 

Advisors: Mrs. Rosen, Mr. Pillarella 



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GAY / STRAIGHT 
ALLIANCE 

Advisor: Mr. Riordon 



The Gay/ Straight Alliance strives to celebrate diversity, to 

defuse homophobia and to break down the walls of 

intolerance and prejudice by educating the students of 

Randolph High School on gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues. 

Although membership is strictly confidential, over the 

years, GSA has increased its visibility within the school. 

The GSA meets once a week and welcomes students of any 

sexual orientation: gay, lesbian, bisexual, or heterosexual. 



PEER EDUCATORS 

Advisor: Mrs. Rosen 



he Peer Educator's program is a joint venture pilot 
program between Randolph High School and the 
Norfolk County Sheriff's office. The goal of the 
program is to provide education on the topics of 
domestic and teen dating violence. Students are 
trained to go to the classroom/ school setting to 
educate other students on these issues. 











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PEER LEADERS 

Advisor: Mr. Riordon 



Peer Leadership is a program responsible for older high school 

students interacting with younger students. The goal of the program 

is to help these younger students learn effective decision making 

skills by introducing them to high school Peer Leaders who can 

model positive behaviors, listen impartially, and share experiences 

in a helpful way. The program consists of three days of training for 

the Peer Leaders. Following training, Peer Leaders conduct two or 

three sessions with the younger students. Students are chosen for 

Peer Leadership roles by recommendation. It is essential that these 

students exhibit positive behavior both in and outside of school, 

plus good decision making concerning school work, alcohol and 

drugs, sexuality and overall citizenship. 



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BUSINESS CIUB 

Advisor: Mr. Letzring 



The Business Club provides students with a place 

to share and explore their interest in the business 

world. In this club we investigate careers in the 

various fields of business, become experienced 

with the stock market, and learn how to start our 

own business. 



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CLUB 

Advisor: Ms. Donnelly 



ENVIRONMENTAL 
CLUB 

Advisor: Ms. Pollock 

The Randolph High School Environmental Club works 

toward promoting awareness of current environmental 

issues to the school and community. Its goal is to improve 

the local and global environment. The Environmental 
Club encourages respect towards nature and the conser- 
vation of our natural resources. It acknowledges the 
possible consequences of a world without environmental 
concern and its fights to accomplish the difficult goal of 
informing an often indifferent society. 
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SPANISH CLUB 

Advisor: Ms. Brandt 



he goal of the Spanish Club is to increase 

knowledge and interest in the culture of 

Spanish-speaking countries, as well as to 

further teach the Spanish language to its 

members and others who are interested. 

The club does this through arranging 

social events such as banquets, where 

oods of a Spanish or Latino background 

are served. On November 1st, the club 

?ngaged in a creative activity to fabricate 

tars and flowers similar to those used for 

the Dav of the Dead. In effect, the club's 

members were educated about customs 

id practices of this Mexican holiday. This 

s an example of the club's aspirations to 

make Spanish more enjoyable. 




FRENCH CLUB 

Advisor: Ms. Flannery 



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A CAPEUA CHOIR 

Advisor: Mrs. Dandeneau 

This talented group meets during period two or three 
everyday throughout the school year. Its members must 
pass a prerequisite singing and theory test in order to be 
accepted into the class. One of its members was accepted 
to the Senior Southeastern Massachusetts Districts 
Festival this year, receiving an All-State recommenda- 
tion. Their performances have been as spontaneous as 
strolling throughout the school singing holiday songs 

for faculty and students as well as outside Shaw's 
Supermarket during Music Booster fundraising. The A 
Capella Choir works diligently at each practice in order 
to continually exceed the expectations of all it performs 

for. 




PEP BAND 

Advisor: Mr. Berry 



The Pep Band is a group of volunteer players who re- 
hearse two afternoons a week during the football season 
and perform at all the home games. The purpose of the 

group is to promote school spirit at games and rallies. 



SHOW CHOIR 

Advisor: Mrs. Dandeneau 



Under the direction of Mrs. Dandeneau, this group i 
talented students combine dance moves and vocals in 
order to produce finely polished performances for 
community and school shows. The high energy, up- 
tempo singing and choreography make this both an 
athletically and musically challenging group to be 
selected for. The Show Choir's biggest performance 
always the SRO "Pops" Concert in Ma v. 



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STEP SQUAD 

PSI ALPHA PSI 

Advisor: Mr. Williams 



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The Psi Alpha Psi Step Team, although 

not a designated school club, is an 
ffshoot of the African-American Club. It 
is considered a community team made 
jp of RHS students. The purpose of the 

team is to provide entertainment at 
allies, during Black History Month, and 
at community events. The members 
bond their kinesthetic skills into a 
rhythmic, precise coordination of steps 
and movements. Discipline, commit- 
ment, and energy are the qualities 
required to participate on the team. 




The Beatbangas, previously known as 
The Freshman Step Squad, seeks to 

celebrate stepping and share it with the 
community of Randolph. Activities 
include participating in Pep Rallies. 



STEP SQUAD 

THE BEATBANGAS 

Advisor: Ms. McNitt 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

Advisors: Mr. Powell, Ms. Lellock, Mr. Letzring 




The Student Council is a student government organization with the members who are elected by popul 

vote by each candidate's class. In addition to those elected by popular vote, there are members who ar 

appointed to the council due to outstanding leadership qualities. Ex-officio members, such as the class 

officers, representatives of the school committee, representatives of the Student Advisory Council to th 

Department of Education, and regional and state officers. The mission of the student council is to represt 

the student body, to promote spirit within the school, and to perform community service. The members 

the student council learn valuable leadership skills from each other that will be useful tools in the futur 




OFFICERS 



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ORACLE EDITORS 

Advisors: Mr. Deady, Mr. Kaplan 




rhe Oracle, or Randolph High School's yearbook, is a treasured keepsake to all who buy it. To make a 
arbook requires much work, though, and a large and dedicated staff is needed to produce it. The staff is 
vided into two parts: the Technical Staff and the Business Staff. The Technical Staff works for countless 
»urs laying out pages, taking photographs, counting votes, and meeting deadlines. The Business Staff is 
responsible for collecting advertisements, collecting yearbook payments, and for meeting all financial 
dlines the yearbook has. All together, to work with the Oracle requires much dedication, responsibility, 

and, maybe most importantly, time. 



LETTER FROM THE EDITOR 



3 the Randolph 2002ers- 

The road to graduation has been long and bumpy and, together, we have shared this wonderful 

urney. On the way, we have had to pull over at rest areas, to stop for gas, and have found that 

e have needed to take many detours. But, we've made it; finally, we're done! 

We have travelled down the road with different ideas of what would be at the end. For some, 

ob waited, and, for others, a family stood there. But, now we have gotten to the end of that road 

\d all we see are more roads ahead of us. Some lead to college, some to the military, and some 

ill find a job or family down one of them. It is up to you to decide in which direction you will 

), for we are no longer driving together. Surely, there will be more bumps, more detours, and 

enty of rest stops along the way. They will all be worthwhile, though - they will all lead to 

mething great. . 

I wish the best of luck and health to you all. I will never forget you. 



erek Mclver, editor 



REST AREA 

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ClASS OFFICERS 



FRESHMEN 

President: Mike Healy 

Vice President: Judy Le 

Treasurer: Doan Quach 

Secretary: Danielle Underwood 






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President: Keith Cohen 
Vice President: VyVy Vo 
Treasurer: Melissa Collins 
Secretary: Connie Cabello 



JUNIORS 



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President: Wilberte Paul 
Vice President: Jenna Greene 
Treasurer: Tonya Sisco 
Secretary: Kim Le 



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2002'S CLASS OFFICERS 








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Driving with Diesel 
Our Most Athletic 



Driving the Jags and Beami 

Our Most Stylin' 






Micah Christian andMyrna Tangar 



Lisa Resende and Nick Baga 



They'll Honk for You! 
Our Most Spirited 




They've got ROAD RAGE! 
Our Most Opinionated 




Diana Felix and Derek Mclver 



James Madden and Rachel' Rosen 



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Iways Waxing their Cars Covered with Bumper stickers 
Our Best Smilers Our Most Creative 





Aicah. Christian and Stephanie Tan 



Benjie Lee and Caitlin Duffy 



heir 4WD Handles Well little Engines that Can 
lur Best Personalities Our Most likely to 






Derek Field and Mai Ha 



James Madden and Sarah Yoffe 



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Driving the Ice Cream Trucks Jammin to the Car Stera 
Our Class Clowns Our Most Musical 





Sean O'Connor and Keisha Tucker 



Jackie Tarr and Andrew Butz 



Their Mufflers Work Best 
Our Quietest 




Spending time at Rest Are? 
Our Sleepiest 




Jess Drysdale and Christina Loo 



Benjie Lee and Erica Mellon 



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letting into Traffic Jams 
Our Most Involved 




Distracted by a Ceil Phone 
Our Biggest Gossips 




Derek Mclver and Deanna Felix 



John Tran and Heather Whynot 



Nays Let the Pedestrians Cross 

Our Most Considerate 




* Our Standout Seniors 




Mireille Bassila and Simon Au 



Diana Felix and Tony Tang 



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Christian, Adam Lapon, Curtis Johnson, Brandon Clark, Patrick 

Sullivan, Schumann Robert, Chris Shirkey, and Tony Tang 




Water Technicians 

Diana Felix and 
Stephanie Camelio 



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POWDERPUFF 




Powder Puff Team 2001 Back: K. Tucker, Coach A. Lapon, Coach M. Christian 3" 1 row: 

Coach B. Clark, A. King, S. Camelio, E. Mellon, M. Freitas, C. Campbell, K. Williams, J. 

MacDonald, T. Rose, H. Whynot, S. Levins, Coach T. Tang, C. Duffy 2 nd row: M. Bassila, 

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RHS Boys' Basketball Team '01-'02 Back: A. Lapon, 

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RHS Girls' Basketball Team 01-'02 Back: Coach L. Hatfield, C. Duffy, A. Gomes, 

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Let our friendship last forever! Best wishes to Vina and Tram! -Daphne 

To all my friends, I love you guys. Thanks for being there and supporting me. I'll miss you all. -MB 

High school is finally over. To all my friends, you are all fabulous and I'll miss you. -EM 

Stephanie Tan, I will miss you. You are the best! We have the best class at RHS. 

jLos mejores deseos para el futuro! Siempre los recordare. - Sehora Tower 

Congratulations! You're a great bunch! From Charlie and Nancy Dolgin 

2002- You are the people whom I will never forget. Thank you for all that you have given me. -DM 

To all my friends, you know who you are, thank you for six unforgettable years. I'll miss all of you. Best of 

luck in the future in all that you do. -Pei 

"No man is an island entire of himself." Remember that. -Mrs. Beagan 



To Hubba, Keep the faith. The best has yet to 
come. Coach 

To Diana, Stephanie, Erica, Keep those smiles. 
Stay fabulous!! Coach 

To Nina - Where ever you go may there be 
another coach for you to confuse!!!!! #?? Coach 

To Pat, Tony, Schumann, Brandon, Adam, 

Micah, Chris, Steve, Curtis, Emmanuel -"Get 

your mind right" - Coach 



To Jackie: 

Energetic and Spontaneous, 

Tall and Beautiful, 
Very Confident and Great 

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Always Thinking of Others 

The World is Waiting for a 
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Love, Mom and Dad 



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The MR2 camera pill allows 
doctors to examine the inside 
of the human intestine without 
surgery. Patients swallow the 
"pill," which transmits digital 
images to a data recorder. 



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discovered. The new squid can grow 
to lengths of 25 feet, and has fins and 
10 spidery arms with elbows. 




^ The Segway Human Transporter, a gyro-controlled 
scooter invented by Dean Kamen, is tested by police 
and postal workers in several states. 



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^ The AbioCor, the world's first fully implantable 
artificial heart, is given to 59-year-old Robert Tools. 
Sadly, Tools passes away in December from 
unrelated causes. 



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recession in March 2001, and the 
situation worsens significantly after 
September 11. Unemployment rises 
to its highest rate in six years. 



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by countless children and 
adults as "the tubby little 
cubby all stuffed with fluff," 
celebrates his 75th birthday. 



Popular shoemaker Vans releases 

a shoe of a different color— white shoes 

that turn yellow, pink or blue in the sunlight 




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New York after the September 1 1 
terrorist attacks by making a variety 
of "I Love NY" fashion statements. 



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Dance Revolution, players 
watch a dance pattern onscreen 
and duplicate the moves on a 
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•t Hoping to perpetuate its 
mystique with motorcycle fans. 
Hariey-Davidson unveils the 
v Rod, its first new "hog in 
a half-century. 



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a roll with retro style roller skates 
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of art with LipArt The new fad 
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creating unique lip designs 



1" Bobbleheads make a comeback, 
representing not only sports figures 
but also pop music superstars such 
as 'NSYNC. 





1* Extreme soda drinkers receive 
another huge jolt of caffeine 
as Mountain Dew introduces 
its newest beverage — cherry 
flavored Code Red. 



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featuring portraits and bios of many leaders 
involved, including President Bush and Secretary 
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introduces the headline ticker. Other networks follow, 
creating a non-stop flood of headlines. Each "crawl" 
rotates nearly 80 headlines in a 7- to 15-minute loop. 



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Shrek and Donkey, voiced 
by Mike Myers and Eddie 
Murphy, hit the theaters 
to teach a valuable lesson 
about true love in Shrek. 

MTV, the first television 
network devoted exclusively 
to popular music, celebrates 
its 20th anniversary. 




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Letterman" helps people cope with 
their emotions in the weeks after 
the September 1 1 terrorist attacks. 

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1970s Swedish band Abba enjoys 
revival in the Broadway smash hit 
Mamma Mia! The musical features 
three intertwined love stories and 
over 20 of Abba's greatest hits. 



1" The WB scores a flyaway hit 
with "Smallville," the story of 
Superman's high school years. 
The show stars newcomer Tom 
Welling as the young Superman. 





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and Best Supporting Actress in a 
Comedy go to CBS's "Everybody 
Loves Raymond" stars Patricia 
Heaton and Doris Roberts. 



-> Actor Josh Hartnett solidifies 
his role as a leading man 
in Hollywood with a pair of 
blockbuster war movies: Pearl 
Harbor and Black Hawk Down. 



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1 s Entertainers and major TV networks 
come together in historic fashion for 
the "America: A Tribute to Heroes" 
telethon, raising over $150 million 
for September 1 1 relief efforts. 

4? Nintendo's Gamecube and 
Microsoft's X-Box enter the video 
game market to compete with 
Sony's smash-hit PlayStation 2. 



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'V- The Lord of the Rings: The 
Fellowship of the Ring, the first 
movie of J. R.R.Tolkien's fantasy 
trilogy, receives 13 Oscar 
nominations including Best Picture 

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collaborate to produce the 
10-episode HBO World War II 
epic Band of Brothers, based 
on the best-selling book by 
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1* Popular WB TV series "Buffy the 
Vampire Slayer" receives rave 
reviews for presenting an entire 
episode as a musical. 

4/ The highly anticipated movie Harry Potter 
and the Sorcerer's Stone sets records for 
opening weekend, and first, second and 
third place single-day box-office totals. 




Kiefer Sutherland stars in Fox's 
Golden Globe winner "24." The 
show is delivered in two dozen 
real-time episodes based on one 
action-packed day in the life of 
fictional CIA agent Jack Bauer. 



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and Paramount movie studios discuss the joint 
creation of Moviefly— the first Internet-based 
downloadable movie rental system. 






Popular rapper Ja Rule is 
nominated for the 2002 NAACP 
Image Awards Outstanding 
Hip-Hop/Rap Artist for the 
song "Livin' It Up." 



Singer/actress Aaliyah is killed 
in a private plane crash in the 
Bahamas. During her eight-year 
career, Aaliyah released three hit 
CDs and appeared in several 
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Neil Young's song "Let's Rbll" 
celebrates the spirit of the 
passengers who overtook 
hijackers on Flight 93 in 
Pennsylvania on September 1 1 



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brings her high-energy Latin pop to 
the U.S. with her first English-language 
album, Laundry Service. 



1 s To benefit AIDS research and 
September 11 relief efforts U2's 
BonoTecruits~mnsicians to record 
Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On." 
Participating artists include Nelly 
Furtado, Fred Durst, Gwen Stefani, 
Moby and many more. 

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storms onto the music scene 
with the release of the widely 
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Tour is the top-grossing tour of 
the year, earning U2 the title of 
Band of the Year from both Spin 
and Rolling Stone magazines. 



4- Fatboy Slim wins six MTV Video 
Music Awards for his video for the 
song "Weapon of Choice," featuring 
a dancing Christopher Walken. 



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1* Alicia Keys wins two American 
Music Awards for Favorite New 
Artist in both the Pop/Rock and 
the Soul/R&B categories for her 
debut release Songs in A Minor. 

vl/ Country singer Tim McGraw wins 
five Billboard Music Awards, 
including Country Album of the 
Year for Greatest Hits. 



T* Legendary Beatles' guitarist George 
Harrison, the so-called "Quiet Beatle," 
dies after a three-year battle with cancer. 



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help bring the Christian rock/pop music 
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classical album charts— despite 
being blacklisted from the U.K. 
chart for sounding too similar 
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England Patriots shock NFL viewers 
by kicking a dramatic last-second 
field goal to upset the St. Louis 
Rams 20-17 in Super Bowl XXXVI. 

-> Michael Jordan, 38, returns to the 
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Wizards to instant respectability 
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1 s The Arizona Diamondbacks stun the 
New York Yankees to win the World 
Series with a two-run rally in the 
bottom of the ninth inning of Game 7. 

<- San Francisco's Barry Bonds 
makes baseball history with 73 
home runs and an astounding 
slugging percentage of 
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all season, playoff MVP Lisa Lesli 
leads the Los Angeles Sparks ovi 
the Charlotte Sting to win the 20* 
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In July, Dale Earnhardt Jr. wins the 
Pepsi 400 in Daytona, Florida. 
Ironically, Earnhardt's victory 
comes on the same track where his 
father died just five months earlier. 



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superstar Jeff Gordon 
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in Division 1-AA college football 
by kicking three extra points for 
Jacksonville State. 



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■t The Colorado Avalanche skate to 
victory in the 2001 NHL Finals 
against the New Jersey Devils, 
marking the first Stanley Cup win 
for 20-year veteran Ray Bourque. 



4/ Future Hall of Famers Tony Gwynn, Mark McGwire and Cal Ripken Jr. 
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tragic note when Minnesota 
Vikings tackle Korey Stringer 
collapses at practice 
and dies a day later from 
heatstroke complications. 



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world to Salt Lake City, Utah, to compete in 
the 2002 Winter Olympics. 

4- On their way to an undefeated season and 
undisputed NCAA Football national championship, 
the Miami Hurricanes roll over the Nebraska 
Cornhuskers 37-14 in the 2002 Rose Bowl. 



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dogs brave fire, dehydration, toxic 
fumes and rubble collapse as they 
comb the World Trade Center 
wreckage for survivors and victims. 

-> Terrorist mastermind Osama bin 
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John Walker Lindh. a 20-year-old 
California native, becomes a pnsoner 
of war after he is found in Afghanistan 
fighting for the Taliban forces. As a 
US. citizen. Walker may face charges 
of treason. 



1 s NBC's TV game show "The 
Weakest Link'' gains popularity 
thanks to the asser 
demeanor of British 
hostess Anne Robinson. 

-> The future king of England, Prince 
William of Wales, 19, enters 
the University of St. Andrews 
in southeastern Scotland. 




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